Adjunct Lecturer, University of Toronto
Julius T. Nganji received his master of science (with distinction) in Website Design and Development and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Hull, United Kingdom. His PhD focused on using web ontologies to personalise e-learning for students with disabilities, including those with multiple disabilities. His current research interests are in e-learning personalization for students with disabilities, digital accessibility and usability, disability inclusive development, human-computer interaction, user interface design and special educational technology. Over the past ten years, he has published in various conference proceedings, journals, and book chapters. He is an editorial review board member and an expert reviewer for various journals focusing on educational technology and human-computer interaction.
Over the past two years conflict has escalated in North West and South West Cameroon. Cameroon is a bilingual country (English and French) and these two regions are the countrys English-speaking areas. The conflict started...